USB Power Deliver Analyzer

USB Power Delivery Analyzer

Part Number: TP350110

Distribution: Physical Shipment

Availability: In-Stock

Price: $299.00
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Total Phase has released a second major update for the Total Phase USB Power Delivery Analyzer. Last time we enabled our award-winning Data Center Software for capture visualization, this time we’ve added support for several new features as part of Power Delivery 3.0: extended messages, handling of new messages, and DisplayPort VDM decoding! This is a free (software-only) upgrade from Total Phase.

The Total Phase USB Power Delivery Analyzer is a small adapter for recording the Power Delivery protocol traffic on the USB Type-C connector. It connects in-line between two Type-C products, and passively captures all communication between them, on both the CC1 and CC2 signals. While connected, it does not disturb any USB 3.1 Gen 2 or USB 2.0 signals, enabling capture of PD negotiation for power, USB data roles, and DisplayPort, or other Type-C Alternate Modes.

We worked closely with Google to bring this Chromium project design (code name "Twinkie") to market. The USB Power Delivery Analyzer is manufactured in our own US-based, ISO9001 certified facility. The Total Phase USB Power Delivery Analyzer goes beyond the original Twinkie design, offering improved firmware for use with our Data Center Software.

Data Center Software brings simultaneous capture and true real-time display and decoding of captured data. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

If you are still not sure which features are perfect for your application, please see our USB Product Comparison chart.

Detailed technical information about the Total Phase Power Delivery Analyzer can be found in the User Manual.

We also have a Quick Start Guide to help you get started.

Total Phase has not verified and does not support or endorse any claims connected with the open source project. Visit the Chromium Project website for more information.
 
NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS ONLY RATED FOR A MAXIMUM VBUS POWER OF 100 WATTS (20 VOLTS, 5 AMPS). USAGE ABOVE THIS LEVEL COULD RESULT IN PHYSICAL DAMAGE TO THE DEVICE.
Features
  • Sniffing Power Delivery (PD) traffic on both Control Channel Lines (CC1/CC2)
  • Message decoding, including power negotiation, alternate mode negotiation, VDM data display, etc.
  • Capture and display PD 3.0 Extended Messages
  • Decode DisplayPort VDMs
  • Transparent interposing on a USB Type-C connection   
 
LED Light Indicator

Blue Light

Idle/Monitoring

Green Light

 Traffic on CC1*

Red Light

 Traffic on CC2*
 
 
 
 
 
 
*Note: CCx is from the perspective of the analyzer and its capture log. Flipping only the analyzer will swap CC1/CC2.

 Data Center Software showing captured data
 Figure 1: Data Center Software showing captured data
 
 
What's Included 
USB Pass Through:
  • SuperSpeedPlus Generation 2, 10 Gbps
  • SuperSpeed Generation 1, 5 Gbps
  • Hi-Speed, 480 Mbps
  • Full Speed, 12 Mbps
  • Low Speed, 1.5 Mbps   
VBus support (maximum):
  • 20 volts, 5 amps
Target Ports:
  • 1 x USB Type-C receptacle
  • 1 x USB Type-C plug
Analysis Port (connects to PC):
  • USB 2.0 Micro B receptacle
  • Analyzer is bus-powered
Quality:
  • RoHS
  • Six month warranty 
  • Manufacturing: ISO9001, ISO 13485, AS9100C, ITAR
Dimensions:
  • W x D x L: 25.4 mm x 38.1 mm x 6.4 mm
    (1.00 in. x 1.50 in. x 0.25 in.)
Weight:
  • 42 g (1.5 oz)
Operating Temperature:
  • 10º – 35º C (50º – 95º F)
General Requirements
Available Software/Firmware Required Software
TP201110: Data Center Software TP207010: USB Drivers - Windows 
TP200810: USB Power Delivery Analyzer Software API    TP207210: USB Drivers - Linux
 TP207910: USB Power Delivery Analyzer Firmware Update Utility Mac OS X (no drivers required)
   

PC Requirements & Supported Operating Systems (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Windows: 7, 8, 8.1, 10 
  • Linux: Ubuntu, Fedora, SuSE, Red Hat
  • Mac OS X 10.7-10.14  
 
Minimum Hardware Requirements
  • Intel or AMD processor operating at 2 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
  • 1 gigabyte (GB) physical RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
  • 2 GB or more available hard disk space
  • Hi-speed USB port
  • VGA capable of 1024x768 or higher screen resolution
  • Internet access is helpful

USB Power Delivery Analyzer User Manual
USB Power Delivery Analyzer Quick Start Guide

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  1. PD analyzer Review by Trevor E.
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    It does exactly what it says on the tin as they say. Very pleased with what this tiny little device can do. An essential device if developing with USB-C Power Delivery. (Posted on 6/26/17)

  2. It is very useful Review by Treelins M.
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    It is very useful (Posted on 12/5/16)

  3. portable and reasonable price! Review by Justin L.
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    portable and reasonable price! (Posted on 7/19/16)

  4. Exceptional Delivery Time! Review by Lynn W.
    Rating

    I was amazed at the delivery time - I ordered it at 3:45pm Eastern and received it the next morning by 10am Eastern - incredible service!! (Posted on 5/8/16)

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Trevor E. Jun 176 2017 Jun 26 201721:00
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PD analyzer
It does exactly what it says on the tin as they say. Very pleased with what this tiny little device can do. An essential device if developing with USB-C Power Delivery.
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Treelins M. May 132 2016 May 12 201620:00
  • more than 5 year(s)
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It is very useful
It is very useful
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Justin L. Jul 200 2016 Jul 19 201621:00
  • more than 5 year(s)
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portable and reasonable price!
portable and reasonable price!
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Lynn W. Aug 217 2016 Aug 05 201621:00
  • more than 5 year(s)
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Exceptional Delivery Time!
I was amazed at the delivery time - I ordered it at 3:45pm Eastern and received it the next morning by 10am Eastern - incredible service!!
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